Re: Serial Interface Board
- --- In email@example.com, "Tony Parks" <raparks@...> wrote:
>connector for the serial port connection on one end of a small
> Hi Ray,
> The $5 Rocky 3.x serial interface module kit has a 9-pin D
circuit board. On the other end of the circuit board is a 3.5mm
stereo jack for paddles input via the serial port. A connection on
the circuit board provides PTT output to the RXTX board for near QSK
keying or for PSK31 RX/TX switching. THe module will also work with
the KGKSDR program.
>SOFTROCKs??????????????? I can;t seem to find a good look at this
> Thanks for asking.
> Tony KB9YIG
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: RAY
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2007 2:31 PM
> Subject: [softrock40] Serial Interface Board
> HI Tony,
> What is the Serial Interface Board and what does it do for the
> Also current pricing.
> 73, Ray, N0FY
If you do another run of these how abt a board with the paddle jack
(isolated) on the same side as the DB-9. Would be useful for rocks
put in a box. I had no luck finding panel mount isolated 3.5MM
jacks, it was extra effort to isolate the ones available (panel mount
non-isolated). A board mounted isolated one would be easy to install
with the DB-9 keeping things in place (as if cutting a hole for the
DB is easy, hi). Plenty of isolated PC jacks available.
Jim - KB2XJ